URGENT MESSAGE TO BE PASSED ON TO FAMILIES AND FRIENDS IN NIGERIA.

MAY GOD SAVE OUR COUNTRY FROM EVIL DEVICES. AMEN.

How a female passenger disappeared in a commercial Lagos Bus yesterday. (Must Read) This is an eye-opener for us all! Please DO NOT collect money from any passenger when you enter a bus to be passed to the driver or conductor. Something bizarre but true happened at Ikotun Lagos yesterday at around 6:40pm and it’s a great lesson for everyone. Read the mail I got below: kindly help warn people. My aunt just came back and she was shaking seriously for she witnessed a strange incident some minutes ago.

She boarded a bus from her office to drop at Ikotun yesterday evening and unfortunately the bus had no conductor so one woman – one of them (passengers) decided to play the good Samaritan by helping the driver to collect the transport fare from passengers. Everyone co-operated and paid except one old man like that. Eventually he brought out his N50 and gave the woman to give the driver.

Immediately this woman collected the money, she started shaking like someone that had been hit with eplepsy – ‘warapa’. The shaking got so bad that the driver had to pack and everyone started shouting on the old man to undo whatever he had done to the innocent woman after all it was after she collected the money from him that she began shaking. The old man now said they should let him rub the woman’s breast so that the shaking can stop. While rubbing her breast, they both disappeared like film trick.

Everybody in the bus shouted and scattered, even the driver fled. You needed to have seen the commotion. It goes a long way to collaborate Dr Olukoya’s story during the last Power Must Change Hand. “A Bishop & Wife were travelling in their Landcruiser. They got to a filling station at Akure & were refueling when a lame man came begging. While the Bishop was busy with fuel attendant, the wife deeped hand into her bag & gave some money to the begger, that was all. Bushop’s wife became a cripple. People gathered & beat the begger, even took him to the police.

They started begging him to undo whatever he’s done to the woman & he said the only remmedy is for the Bishop’s wife to kiss him. Another round of beating started. The police was in control & advocted the kissing if that will end the crippleness. Immediately that was done, Bushop’s wife disappeared with the begger up till now”. Help warn Nigerians to be careful. The kidnappers keep devising new methods everyday. Only God knows where the women are now”. Pls share to all ur contacts. The Nigerian police has advised all to avoid the following places as they have been identified as hot spots for Ritual Killings:

1. Ota, Ogun State

2. Lambe, Ogun State

3. Ikorodu,Lagos State

4. Mowe, Ogun State

5. The Bridge linking Abiola Garden with Otedola Estate, Lagos.

6. Isheri Olowo-Ira under Bridge, Lagos

7. Toyota Bus Stop on Apapa/Oshodi Expressway, Lagos (Clifford Oji’s former location)

8. Waterfront River Niger area Of Onitsha, Anambra State

9. Isiala-Ngwa, Abia state

10, Igwurita, Muruokoro, Port Harcourt, Rivers state

11. Ilorin-Oro Road, Kwara state

12. Lokoja-Abuja Expressway, Kogi state

13. Kaduna Eastern By-Pass, Kaduna state

14. The Bank of River Kaduna, Kaduna state

15. Kaduna/Abuja Expressway, Kaduna state

16. Abuja Motor Park,Kaduna

17. Kawo Motor Park, Kaduna

18. The Railway tracks, Kaduna

These are police emergency numbers in Lagos, please:

POLICE CONTROL ROOM 1 – 07055350249 and 07035068242.

RRS CONTROL ROOM 2, Alausa – 08065154338 and 07055462708

CONTROL ROOM 3 SHQ; – 08079279349 and 08063299264 and 767 toll free line.

If you by mistake fall victim quickly send an sms/pre-text message to all or any of these numbers.

Make sure you drive at the middle of express road at all times. If anyone tells you that your car is sparking or there is fire or smoke coming out from your car bonnet, please do not listen just drive on. That is their new tactics.
Pls kindly advice your loved ones accordingly.
Forwarded as received.

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